cold war comic strip

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  • Tunisia decolonized from France in 1956. This resulted in tension between France and the United States and The Soviet Union; who wanted influence over Tunisia.  (France is the person on the left who let the butterfly(Tunisia) go and the people on the right are representing the US and the USSR)
  • After the Arab Spring protests the country of Tunisia becomes threatening and risky. Many Tunisians cross the Mediterranean in unsafe, overcrowded boats towards Italy. (In this comic, again, the butterflies represent Tunisians migrating to Italy to escape the violence.)
  • Italy
  • Tunisia was inspired by the world economy after Cold War and wanted to keep its influence in Mediterranean and Arab-African regions (Tunisia(the one in  the middle) thinking about how to have influence in each region. They have a trading deal with the European Union and want to join the developed countries)
  • After the Arab Spring protests the countries of Libya, Yemen, and Syria began a civil war and Egypt went under military dictatorship. After the protests Tunisia became a democracy . (The group on the left represent countries who went to war or under military control and the group on the right stand for Tunisia and their new formed democracy.)
  • Libya, Yemen, and Syria; Egypt
  • (Elected officials)
  • Tunisia
  • Another result is the restoration of curfew in Tunisia, from 5am to 9 pm. During curfew most areas are shut down, including the capital.  (The guy stayed out past curfew and now is locked out; usually during curfew the streets are filled with violence and are unsafe to be in late.)
  • Tunisia
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